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Albertan professor says B.C.-Alberta pipeline debate is "dialogue of the deaf"

University of Lethbridge political science chair Peter McCormick says that the premiers of British Columbia and Alberta are using their public debate on pipelines to gauge public opinion and try to gain favour. But is the relationship between the two provinces at risk? He spoke to Leisha Grebinski.

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